The volume of contracts at the current St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, has exceeded last year's result by more than 1.5 times and totaled more than 310 billion rubles. Such a conclusion can be drawn from the reports of the organizers PMEF 2012. On the previous forum agreements were signed only by 200 billion rubles., And SPIEF 2010 — more than 250 billion rubles.
Total Due Today at the forum, according to the organizers, the agreement was signed on 81, but most of them — are documents of intent and cooperation, not containing specific amounts. Contracts as there were only 11. The largest of these were signed in the first — the main day of the event.
During the first day of the SPIEF-2012 was signed 39 agreements, including agreements 9-contracts worth 292 billion 218 million rubles. (Including 2 credit agreements worth 4.4 billion rubles.). During the second day of the Forum was signed 42 agreements, of which only 2 contracts worth more than 18 billion rubles.
Among the major agreements concluded within PMEF — a firm contract for
The largest Russian state-owned banks also were noted in the St. Petersburg forum. Thus, VTB opened "Rosneft" credit line of 100 billion rubles. to finance regional projects of the company. It is assumed that some of this money will go to
A Savings Bank signed an agreement with OMC to give her a loan of 33.8 billion rubles. on
To attract Russia $ 500 million
In the field of shipping contract was signed between the company and the United Shipbuilding "Sovcomflot" on
In the FEC major news sources were the state "Rosneft" and Gazprom. Thus, during the forum "Rosneft" has signed an agreement with Norway's Statoil for tenders for hydrocarbon sites on the Norwegian shelf. Statoil has proposed a "Rosneft" participation in their current projects, and "Rosneft" — in 5 fields in the Stavropol region. Also, an agreement was signed between "Rosneft" and ENI on joint shelf projects in the Barents Sea and the Black Sea. In exchange, ENI offered "Rosneft" entry into the oil refining projects in Europe and oil production in North Africa.
In turn, Gazprom signed an agreement with French energy concern Electricite de France (EDF) on cooperation in the gas power generation in Europe. The document provides for the possibility of a joint
In addition, the forum was signed many other agreements in various areas of the economy — in the field of mechanical engineering, petrochemicals, energy, transportation, high-tech and pharmaceutical industries.